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THE LAW JOURNAL OF THE SCOTTISH UNIVERSITIES: REPORTING SCOTLAND TO AN INTERNATIONAL READERSHIP DON’T MISS OUT ON INSPIRED DISCUSSION OF TOPICAL LEGAL ISSUES... Juridical Review is Scotland’s leading refereed law journal, giving you complete confidence that the contributions are of the highest standard. Edited by Professor Joe Thomson, this title has remained popular since first publication. Juridical Review is the ideal source of knowledge to provide you with an advantage:

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JURIDICAL REVIEW THE LAW JOURNAL OF THE SCOTTISH UNIVERSITIES AN INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATION Ever popular within the UK and Europe, Juridical Review also has a large number of subscriptions across the globe, reporting Scotland to an international readership. AT THE FOREFRONT Stay abreast of current legal thinking by subscribing to Juridical Review. With four issues per year you will remain up-to-date with the most recent legal developments discussed from an academic viewpoint. COVERING A DIVERSE RANGE OF TOPICS Juridical Review is an invaluable source of reference renowned for its exploration of a wide range of issues. 2014 will provide articles on such important topical subjects as: • Cross-border differences in the law of evidence – Scotland and England • English tort law and the “tort” of breach of confidence • The offside goals rule and English equity • Cross-border neighbour law • Beyond breach of confidence: An Irish eye on English and Scottish privacy law • Breach of confidence: Translating the equitable wrong into Scots law A COMPARATIVE APPROACH Juridical Review’s comparative nature is favoured by academics wishing to advance their understanding of different legal systems. Contrast and comparison of law in other jurisdictions is integral to achieving effective legal communication across the borders and the fundamental basis from which further study can develop. SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR 2014 AND RECEIVE: • Up-to-date analysis of current legal developments • An authoritative and innovative perspective on recent case law and statutory developments • A valuable and respected source of reference for use in court • Access to a learned forum for professional discussion and debate Juridical Review contributors continue to provide innovative and authoritative articles of the highest quality. A few examples of articles published during 2013 are as follows: • Adversarial ideology and police questioning after charge • Crime and social networking sites • Denying the discretion: a trilogy of cases • The rise of agreed narratives in Scottish criminal procedure • The law of the tenement and real burdens: on the brink of recidivation • Clayton’s case and connected matters • Principles and politics in law reform: Sexual offences in Scots law To ensure that Juridical Review remains an invaluable forum for reference and commentary for academics and practitioners alike, the editorial team welcomes contributions from the full spectrum of legal professionals.



SPECIAL EDITION – DONOGHUE V STEVENSON In May 2012, a conference was held at the University of the West of Scotland to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the decision in Donoghue v Stevenson, Scotland’s most defining case. This was attended by distinguished academics and practitioners from around the world. We are delighted to publish a selection of innovating and noteworthy papers presented originally at the conference, in this special standalone book taken from Juridical Review. Sample contents includes: • Dr Wendy Bonython Whose reason is reasonable? Reasonableness, negligence, and the mentally ill defendant • Katrina P. Borra Products liability in the 21st Century

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